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"Yeah, based on my tdd I should be filling my pod with less than 85 units, but I fill…"

FHS replied Sep 28, 2013 to Any problems filling to less than the minimum 85 units?

4 Sep 29, 2013
Reply by Andy

"Went to a training session last night. I just put a lot of extra everything on the p…"

FHS replied Sep 27, 2013 to New pods and extreme physical activity

16 Sep 29, 2013
Reply by nevada

"Yeah, I imagine so. It makes intuitive sense that the smaller pods don't withstand a…"

FHS replied Sep 27, 2013 to New pods and extreme physical activity

16 Sep 29, 2013
Reply by nevada

"Sorry I missed this Dave. I'm making a regular habit of doing that. =/ What I mean i…"

FHS replied Sep 27, 2013 to New pods and extreme physical activity

16 Sep 29, 2013
Reply by nevada

"That pretty much describes what I've been experiencing Shawn. I called insulet and t…"

FHS replied Sep 25, 2013 to New pods and extreme physical activity

16 Sep 29, 2013
Reply by nevada

"Yeah, definitely get the alarm, if it alarms during blousing as well."

FHS replied Sep 24, 2013 to More occlusions with the new pods?

7 Sep 24, 2013
Reply by Jgos

"I started a thread on how, in my case, the new pods seem to error in response to hea…"

FHS replied Sep 24, 2013 to More occlusions with the new pods?

7 Sep 24, 2013
Reply by Jgos

"Best of luck Shawn. With my situation, I can't avoid contact against the pod itself.…"

FHS replied Sep 23, 2013 to New pods and extreme physical activity

16 Sep 29, 2013
Reply by nevada

"Hey Scott, It's not really and adhesion issue. Like you, I've noticed that the adhes…"

FHS replied Sep 23, 2013 to New pods and extreme physical activity

16 Sep 29, 2013
Reply by nevada

"Glad you got things worked out. The pod makes an audible clicking when it's deliveri…"

FHS replied Sep 19, 2013 to I got my new pod But . . .

3 Sep 20, 2013
Reply by Alisha

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